As you can see in the attached images, Technical Racing Products has been collaborating closely with the team of Dimitri Enjalbert,driving his new 2009 Renault Megane Trophy. Its a real pleasure to announce this partnership as well as the appearance of such a competitive car which has been winning many of the races in the field worldwide. Way to go Dimitri!
We now have in stock the new car body for Mini-Z of the Shakotan Boogie series. We´re talking about the peculiar Z10 Toyota Soarer that is driven by one of the characters of this Japanese cartoon series in which the main characters; two brothers, each drive a Nissan Skyline with the body completely lowered.
So to all fans of Japanese comics, Manga, Anime series, car body collectors, wierdos and fans of Mini-Z and all its wackiness, don´t let this item escape you!
The car body originally comes made for use on the MR01 and MR015 chases in 94mm and RM motor position. Obviously, Drift car lovers can mount it onto your AWD MA01 using optional rims (offset +1 wide rear, and offeset +1.1 front narrow.)
The width of the front track is around 70mm. Therefore if we wish to mount it onto a MR02 chassis, we recommend you to use Offset 0.5 front rims.
Lastly, we would like to highlight the special rim design for this car body. It is of lenticular form and silver colour, together with ball type round rubber tires (just like those used in the cartoon series!). You can access our store by clicking here.
Starting today the new car body decorations for the Kyosho MiniZ, Aston Martin and McLaren as with the MiniZ AWD 4×4 and the Nissan GT-R which hadn´t been available up till now.
The McLaren and Aston Martin model are for 98mm frames, meaning that they are genuine MM´s.
We have been pleasantly surprised by the quality and authentic replication of these car bodies. Personally the replica of the McLaren F1 long tail version is spectacular and works well on the new PnSlot GrupoZ frames. On the contrary, the Aston Martin car body will require one or two slight modifications to the side “L” clips so that they could be set at the desired height.